Ares Galaxy Download Booster is new FREE lightweight add-on to a widely popular P2P network application Ares Galaxy. This software is designed primarily to boost download and search speed of Ares Galaxy by optimizing internet bandwidth usage.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Ares Galaxy Download Booster is new FREE lightweight add-on to a widely popular P2P network application Ares Galaxy. This software is designed primarily to boost download and search speed of Ares Galaxy by optimizing internet bandwidth usage to the maximum. Additional useful features include resuming of interrupted and suspended downloads, auto disconnection from Internet or PC shutdown after the download task was successfully accomplished, checksum verification for downloaded files and auto removal of files with incorrect checksum. Ares Galaxy Download Booster is a tiny application with minimal requirement for OS and hardware, it is also fast, easy to use and reliable. Try now Ares Galaxy Download Booster and enjoy fastest downloads ever in Ares Galaxy network!
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